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Poster: leecherzs Date: Jul 9, 2004 5:49pm
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: The National Film Registry

Zapruder film status information webpage
Apparently it resides in the National Archives.

Short clips of the Tacoma bridge collapse are available online.
http://www.civeng.carleton.ca/Exhibits/Tacoma_Narrows/TacomaNarrowsBridge.mpg
or
http://www.pbs.org//wgbh/nova/bridge/images/tacoma3.mov
http://www.pbs.org//wgbh/nova/bridge/images/tacoma4.mov
However I do not think it is in public domain as they credit the same source as below.

Tacoma Bridge collapse footage owner information.
Ed Elliott
The Camera Shop
1007 Pacific Ave.,
Tacoma, Washington,
USA 98402
ph: (253) 627-4159
fax: (253) 627-4159
web: www.camerashoptacoma.com
email: shop@camerashoptacoma.com

This post was modified by leecherzs on 2004-07-10 00:49:50

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Poster: Steve Nordby Date: Jul 9, 2004 11:14pm
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: The National Film Registry

leecherzs link on the Zapruder film mentions the "Image of an Assassination: A New Look at the Zapruder Film" which is available on dvd. Check IMDB: http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0165324/

It is a fascinating documentary on the restoration of the Zapruder film, shows for the first time the cropped part of the image between sprocket holes, and includes several slow motion, and image stabilized playbacks.